Nature journaling encourages kids to spend at least five or ten minutes in a day creatively recording their observations of the natural world around them.
Encourage kids to go on a nature photography scavenger hunt and they’ll record their view of the world around them while spending healthy time outdoors.
Kids can learn about insects with the help of some simple tools and the willingness to explore their own backyard in order to observe the small animals.
Take a few minutes to observe how the earth’s movement and how the sun changes the shapes of shadows with these easy science experiments you can do at home.
If your child has a box full of pebbles under their bed, these rock activities will help turn that collection into fun art and science projects.